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Latest Jay Carney Items
President Barack Obama is wishing Jay Leno well as the television host prepares to say farewell to "The Tonight Show" on Thursday.
Several million American workers will cut back their hours on the job or leave the nation's workforce entirely because of President Barack Obama's health care overhaul, congressional analysts said Tuesday, adding fresh fuel to the political fight over "Obamacare."
The White House expressed confidence on Monday in the Homeland Security Department's new chief of staff, who played a key role in the prosecution of his father-in-law and former Pennsylvania state senator on corruption charges.
Rep. Jason Chaffetz, a House subcommittee chairman, said that his investigators have begun reviewing how a key figure in a Pennsylvania corruption case landed the chief of staff's job at the Homeland Security Department.
With the State Department preparing to release its final environmental assessment of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline — a move that could come as early as Friday afternoon — the White House remains determined to stay out the fight between proponents of the $7 billion project and environmental activists who vehemently oppose it.
The White House on Thursday excoriated China for its treatment of American journalists, vowing to raise the issue "at the highest levels with the Chinese government."
The White House scrambled Thursday to salvage two major trade deals after Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, the chamber's top Democrat, broke publicly with the administration over granting President Obama the ability to negotiate new free-trade deals.
Not long ago, reporters asked White House spokesman Jay Carney to react to Iran's new "moderate" president Hassan Rouhani's tweet that as a result of his negotiations with the United States, "world powers surrendered to Iran's national will." Mr. Carney, speaking for the Obama administration, had an answer, "It doesn't matter what they say. It matters what they do."
Republican senators on Monday announced a sweeping plan to fix the most unpopular parts of Obamacare, ditching the individual mandate requiring Americans to have coverage but still offering taxpayer help for those looking to buy policies.